WHO: City of San Antonio Planning Department
WHAT: Community members are invited to attend the Ready SA: Community Meetings to discuss and evaluate the existing Unified Development Code (UDC). Residents who are not able to attend can share their input by taking this short survey.
WHERE: Eco Centro, 1802 N Main Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212
WHEN: Monday, March 2 and Wednesday, March 4 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
MORE: Ready SA: Community Meetings provide San Antonio residents an opportunity to inform City officials on recommended changes to the UDC that will guide the growth and development of the city. Recommendations will be adopted as a part of the City’s overall five-year UDC update process.


“We welcome all community members to attend these public meetings and be engaged in the Unified Development Code update process,” said Rudy Niño, Jr., AICP, Assistant Director of the Planning Department. “The UDC amendment process is critical as the City seeks to continue to improve the way our city grows and develops,” The insight of those that live and work in San Antonio is critical; residents should feel empowered to participate in the growth and development of their community.”


Community feedback is a central component of this process. The San Antonio community is invited to provide their input by attending at least one of the community meetings. Residents who are not able to attend, can share their input on how the city should look by taking this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BLX6H8B


The City of San Antonio Planning Department has secured the services of Able City, a leading planning, architecture and urban design firm, to evaluate the existing UDC and compile recommendations received from community stakeholders during these community meetings and surveys. To learn more, visit https://www.sanantonio.gov/Planning/ReadySA.




SA Tomorrow is an innovative, three-pronged planning effort to guide the city toward smart, sustainable growth focused on addressing San Antonio’s needs with the Comprehensive Plan, Sustainability Plan and the Multimodal Transportation Plan. The Comprehensive Plan addresses land use, urban design, and municipal policy to coordinate City resources and incentive programs to pro-actively accommodate projected growth and provide more choices for current and future residents.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Iris Gonzalez at (210) 207-5454 or email at iris.gonzalez@sanantonio.gov.

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